Four adults dined.. We had reservations thank goodness or we may not have had a table. We were greeted and seated swiftly. The lovely young woman that seated us seemed to be the only person handling the dining room... There was another older woman... Foreigner... Handing out food but not getting very involved with the customers... She actually seemed bothered and unapproachable.... Plus... If you are going to work at a restaurant that tries to be slightly more formal than the average restaurant in Tobago, please dress the part... I noticed that the foreign woman had on a pair of flip flops and a top with cut out sleeves.... Seemed inappropriate to be serving food. Even the maître d could have dressed a little more "professionally"... I felt I had made an effort to dress and they too should have. Honestly... Even if they had simple tee shirts with the restaurant logo on it they would have looked better.
We waited a bit too long to get our drinks order in, but we did receive the drinks quickly once ordered... Same with the food... The menu is very well thought out and the food was very well presented and delicious!... Excellent chef!! We tried the shrimp cocktail & the crab back starters.... Very nice... Even though I will not call the crab back a "true" Trinidad/Tobago crab back it was still tasty. We had lamb, duck and crayfish as our main meals... All were superb... The chef is definitely the star of this place.... Please owners/managers... You have a great chance of being the BEST restaurant in Tobago.... Give your maitre d some assistance.... And a uniform. and station the foreigner that barely speaks to anyone to a post away from the lime light. Maybe your Barman (maybe he is owner or manager) should consider helping in the dining room to ease the pressure and the wait times.
Over all I WILL return to this restaurant and DO recommend you visit.
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